We had to be careful when we hung the cloths on an outside line during cool weather, heated with coal....and sometimes if the wind was just right and the humidity was just right the coal smoke would hang close to the ground and get all over the clean wet cloths...even if the soot didnt stick to the damp cloths the smell did...miss a coal fire too...coal burned nice and hot
Heh. When I lived in Winthrop many years ago, we were just across the bay from Logan Airport and directly under a very active glide path. Tried hanging he laundry on the back porch, only to find it covered with jet fuel soot.
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